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HJR 14, 48th R.S.
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas to provide free textbooks for children of scholastic age attending any private, church, parochial school or academy, or any orphan asylum in Texas, at the election of such schools to use such textbooks.

Author: Rudolph B. Spacek
Coauthor: John Junior Bell | James A. Stanford, Jr. | M. A. Hobbs | Cecil T. Rhodes | Boniface J. Leyendecker | Augustine Celaya | Marshall O. Bell | Hugh N. Wood | William Thomas McDonald, Sr. | George Francis Howard | Jimmy Phillips | Robert A. Fuchs | Charles Samuel McLellan | Charles H. Young | Pat Dwyer | Arnold J. Vale | Homer Lakerby Leonard | Robert Emmett Morse | Howard G. Hartzog | Roger Q. Evans | Fred V. Klingeman | Edgar Hutchins, Sr. | Virgil E. Goodman | Willard (William) Henry Rampy | DeWitt Edward Kinard | Harley Herman Sadler | Newton W. McCann | J. Harvey Shell | Winford Lee Dunn, Sr. | William Landrum "Will" Smith | Henry G. "Bud" Lehman | Carlton Moore, Sr.

Education--Primary & Secondary--Private
Education--Primary & Secondary--Textbooks
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

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